Speaking of which, In these four days I have been theorizing on the nature behind some gods I've been studying, who follow after their prey, wearing hem down mentally before ending their life in some gruesome manner. These gods I've taken to calling 'Breaks', due to the inherently logic-breaking nature. Oh, I should specify, when I say 'gods' I use the term in a way similar to the esteemed Howard Phillips Lovecraft, referring to any sentient entity that surpasses human's ability of understanding. The terminology comes with my field of study.
Now, the theory that I've been toying with concerning the Breaks also deals with a common fallacy in their very existence. Why would a being exist whose goal ad purpose is seemingly to torment and then kill people, normally innocents, while some convert people to their seemingly evil cause?
This is perplexing, because this means the Breaks operate on human logic and morals, but in an opposite direction, something that even the most heinously evil humans throughout history did not manage. This makes, bluntly, no sense at all, or rather, it makes reversed sense, as though if everything were going backwards, it would make sense. It was these thoughts that led to my theory.
Breaks' perception of time is reversed to ours.
This would explain quite a bit, and the best example I can provide would require timelines of a typical Break to sort out. The timeline on the left is the 'familiar' one, following human perception of time, the one on the right is my theoretical 'Broken' time.
Break stalks person Break puts pieces of person togetherPerson steadily goes insane Break brings person to life
Break kills person Person becomes less confused as-
Break dismembers / tears apart person -Break watches over the person.
These timelines are, yes, disputable, and I could be entirely wrong, however, an altruistic god makes more sense than a senselessly malicious one.
Now, Tony isn't going to allow me to submit this without giving some personal information, seeing as this is a personal log, and he's telling me to relate the details concerning my parents' death and my disability. The thing is, I've never been comfortable about it. [Yeah, more like he doesn't tell anyone. I don't even know what wen ton. -Tony] Sorry about that, Tony took my computer. At any rate, it was a car crash, as I've mentioned before. The only thing that makes it special, though, is the complete lack of cause. My mom just swerved off the road, right into a tree. They both died on impact, and I was rendered unable to walk. That's all there is, really.